McMillin Racing spent countless hours in anticipation of the 50th anniversary SCORE Baja 1000. They collaborated with Safecraft Safety Equipment, and CLP Motorsports to pool logistics
This year’s SCORE Baja 1000 race is special. Not only is it a peninsula run, but it’s also the 50th anniversary event. Running the entire length of the Baja Peninsula is grueling, and it poses additional logistical challenges
McMillin Racing brought both Trophy Trucks home at a brutally tough SCORE Baja 500 race in Ensenada, Baja Mexico. SCORE designed a diabolical course for the 49th running
McMillin Racing ran strong and brought home a prestigious award at the 50th anniversary NORRA Mexican 1000. The very first NORRA Mexican 1000 was run in 1967, creating the sport of offroad racing.
The SCORE San Felipe 250 is known for its punishing terrain. Not only is there miles of rocky desert terrain found throughout the course, but the whoops are especially demanding.
The 49th SCORE Baja 1000 lived up to its reputation for being one of the toughest races on the planet. Starting and ending in Ensenada, Baja Mexico, it traveled over 850 miles and contained
The Best In The Desert series, Vegas to Reno race, (V2R) is the longest off-road race in the United States. This year’s event was run over two days and included an additional 100 miles of brutal Nevada desert terrain. Normally Brothers Dan and Luke McMillin would be driving their own Trophy Trucks
The 48th running of the SCORE Baja 500 was filled with extremes for McMillin Racing. The most extreme of all was the blistering hot, triple digit temperatures seen during the race. Temperatures inside some of the race trucks were reported as high as 150 degrees.
A huge field of 50 Trick Trucks showed up to take on the legendary Mint 400 race in Las Vegas, Nevada. Brothers Luke and Dan McMillin love to compete, that’s why they are following in the footsteps of their Father Mark and their Grandfather Corky
McMillin Racing started 2016 with a strong showing at the Best In The Desert Parker 425 race in Parker, Arizona. McMillin Racing’s Dan and Luke McMillin have a simple goal this season. They are going all out for wins.